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This entry is an extension to my previous entry "Origin of Man". Im so into stars right now.
The heavy elements that comprise the Earth-such as iron, silicon, oxygen, and carbon-originally formed in distant stars that exploded, sending their heavy elements into space. The Earth and all life on it are, in fact, recycled stellar debris.
And the heaviest elements -- such as gold, lead and uranium -- were produced in a supernova explosion during the cataclysmic end of a huge star's life, says LSU physicist Edward Zganjar (pronounced Skyner).
"Those elements were ejected into space by the force of the massive explosion, where they mixed with other matter and formed new stars, some with planets such as earth. That's why the earth is rich in these heavy elements. The iron in our blood and the calcium in our bones were all forged in such stars. We are made of stardust." - excerpts from sciencedaily.com/releases/1999/06/990625080416.htm
Regarding the look:
Love the micro heat press studs on the garment as it resembles stars from the sky with the black fabric resembling the massive universe. The draped folds of the placket remind me of galaxy clouds.
photo by Cheka